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Mount Espy

Mount Espy

Espy Elementary teacher Patty Cribley (left) advises Kristen Morrow (center) and Kaitlin Heberling as they insert baking soda and vinegar into their volcano models at the school Tuesday. The fourth…

Memorial Day in Hardin County

Memorial Day in Hardin County

Sgt. Charles Legge stands at attention and salutes the flag as the Ridgemont Marching Band plays the National Anthem at the Memorial Day services in Mount Victory Monday. Additional photos…

Retiring R’mont teacher made right career choice

Retiring R’mont teacher made right career choice

RIDGEWAY — As Karen Simon entered college, she was sure where she was headed, but the aspiring medical technologist’s life took a turn into the classroom and Simon is happy…

Cemetery services, parades, car show set for Memorial Day

Cemetery services, parades, car show set for Memorial Day

Hardin County will celebrate the Memorial Day weekend in activities throughout the county on Monday. Parades are slated in Kenton and Alger, with cemetery services also planned. The holiday offerings…

Biographies shared

Biographies shared

Kenton Middle School sixth-grader Cobe Kirk shared his research on Wolfgang Mozart during the school’s first Bio Fair Thursday evening. The hallways of KMS were filled with students sharing facts…

Rehearsing for Cabaret

Rehearsing for Cabaret

Members of Kenton High School’s Top 20 sing and dance to “Seize the Day” during a dress rehearsal for the Kenton Vocal Music Department’s 2013 Cabaret on Thursday evening in…

Detective fires at fleeing car after being struck by suspect in Ada sting

Detective fires at fleeing car after being struck by suspect in Ada sting

ADA — Two suspects are in custody today following a sting operation by the Hardin County Task Force in Ada Wednesday evening which resulted in an officer being injured and…

Veterans Memorial Park ready for holiday weekend visitors

Veterans Memorial Park ready for holiday weekend visitors

As Marshal Wolowicz looks over the grounds at the Veterans Memorial Park, his face beams like that of a proud father. It wasn’t too many years ago that the shelterhouse…

KHS counselor crossed the globe in education career

KHS counselor crossed the globe in education career

When Norla Strasbaugh was a first-grader in Forest, she was so impressed with her teacher, Mrs. Smith, that she decided to follow her into teaching. That decision sent her on…

Congratulations

Congratulations

Caleb Halsey receives congratulations from Sheryl Haushalter-Sopher after receiving the Fred W. Haushalter Scholarship, while Samantha Kuhlman awaits her award during the Kenton Senior Awards program on Tuesday. KHS seniors…